Some classroom spaces can be booked outside of class times, generally after 6:45 p.m. and on weekends. Many classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment and offer a convenient and economical option for presentations. Classroom set-ups cannot be altered, and food is not permitted.Mandel Center for the Humanities
Opened in October 2010, the Mandel Center for the Humanities is comprised of mostly office space with a few rooms available for community use. The ground floor consists of 4 academic spaces, G03, G10, G11 & G12. These rooms can not be booked before 6:30 p.m. on weekdays.
Directly above the ground floor sits the Forum and Outdoor Terrace, which can accommodate small banquets, presentations and departmental functions.
Please note: During the academic year, the Forum is not available until after 4:00 p.m. for events.
Two conference rooms also exist in the building, Room 128 and Room 228, which can be booked for small department meetings. Each room can accommodate 16 people.
Room 128, Room 228 and The Forum and Outdoor Terrace spaces are booked directly by Mangok Bol, Program Administrator.
The third floor contains a Reading Room (Room 303) and a Roof Garden. The Reading Room can accommodate small meetings, using existing furniture in the room. The Roof Garden is a nice spot for intimate gatherings in the outdoors.> View room specifications